Spring is almost here and before you know it, it will be time to get started on your annual spring cleaning tasks. Maybe you’re just looking to tidy up a bit. Or perhaps you want to give your home the thorough, deep clean it deserves.

No matter what your plan is, you don’t have to contaminate your home with chemicals that are harmful to your health and the environment just to keep things clean.

Today, there is a wide array of eco-friendly cleaning solutions that will allow you to get the job done without doing your body, home, or the environment any harm.

Check out these 5 eco-friendly ways to clean your home and start doing your part today. Your home, health, and the environment will thank you!

1. Use Green Cleaning Products

Many conventional cleaning products contain chemicals which are not only non-biodegradable but are also toxic to the environment and can pollute streams and rivers.

However, as we begin to understand the impact of these cleaning products, healthier, eco-friendly, “green” options are finding their way into the market.

If you’re more of a DIYer, you can make your own cleaning products using everyday ingredients.

2. Purify the Air in Your Home

Looking for an easy way to clean your home that involves purifying the air?

You’ll want to nurture your inner plant parent and purchasing a few air-purifying plants, of course!

If you’re not sure what to start with, NASA can help.

3. Invest in Baking Soda

Baking soda has a wide range of uses beyond your favorite recipes.

It can eliminate rancid odors in your fridge, treat heartburn, and even help you keep your home smelling clean and fresh without impacting the air quality in your home the way traditional air fresheners do.

4. Aim to Conserve Water

You know full well that clean water is one of our most valuable resources. With this in mind, why let it go to waste?

Here’s a simple eco home cleaning solution: don’t leave water running unless you are actively using it. It’s common sense, sure, but sometimes it’s easy to forget!

Allow this to serve as a polite reminder to keep your water consumption under control.

5. Use Reusable Rags and Other Cleaning Accessories

Are you a paper towel addict? Do you cling to your Swiffer for dear life every Saturday morning?

If the answer is yes, you might want to consider using reusable cloth rags and cleaning accessories instead.

Ratty old t-shirts make great rags when they’re cut into squares and can be washed and reused until they fall apart. To replace your much-loved Swiffer cover, you can use a washcloth or cut a towel up for a perfect fit.

Clean Your Home the Eco-Friendly Way

Give these eco-friendly house cleaning options a try and we guarantee, you won’t want to give them up!

It’s much more fun to clean your home when you find new and unique solutions to try like the 5 we’ve provided here.

But what do you do if you’re too busy to clean your home? That’s where Dirt Busters comes in. Get an instant quote (and a coupon for your first cleaning) today!